David Kuhn has spent over thirty years as a wildlife guide. As part of his own process learning Hawai‘i’s forest birds, Kuhn began recording them in the mid ‘90’s. His audio library now encompasses birds, bats, crickets, whales, waters, and, importantly, the mixed sounds of forest biophanies that are rapidly disappearing. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa visited him in Kōke‘e on Kaua‘i.
“If you close your eyes, would you really feel like you’re there? That’s my goal.”